Swedish multinational networking and telecommunications company Ericsson has been selected by Danish service provider TDC to roll out nationwide commercial 5G, as part of a major network overhaul, and to provide managed services through the Ericsson operations engine.
Telstra has announced that Swedish telecommunications supplier Ericsson will be its main partner in rolling out 5G, with an agreement signed by the two companies on Wednesday.
Ericsson has boosted its global research and development ecosystem with the establishment of a “hypermodern test laboratory” and new facilities in Budapest, Hungary.
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